The graph below shows the number of trips made by children in one country to travel to and from school in 1990 and 2010 using various modes of transport. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.



-[Harpreet Singh Dhillon]
The given column graph illustrates the amount of trips made by children in two separate

years, which are 1990 and 2010 during a particular country. The vertical axis represents the

number of trips in million per annum and therefore the horizontal stands for the various modes of

transport like bus, car, walking, bicycle and, bus and walking together.



In 1990, the trips made by bus were dramatically above by other modes. About 12

million trips were made by bus, which was twice quite those made by walking and

cycling each, and 3 times quite those made by car. About 7 million trips were made

by bus and walking together.



Two decades later, in 2010, the car trips superseded all other modes and have become

approximately 12.5 million, a rise of 8.5 million from the figures of 1990. The bus trips

decreased to half and became 6 million. Trips made by bus and walking together also

decreased by 1 million from the figures of 1990. Trips made on foot also decreased from 6 to

3 million and people made by cycling reduced to 2 million.



On the entire , the column graph shows that bus was the foremost popular sort of transport to

go to and from school for youngsters in 1990. However, in 2010, the car became the most

popular mode.

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